Piscataway Township is located in Middlesex County in New Jersey. The name, Piscataway is derived from the original settlers of this area, who were European people. The name Pisgeu means ‘dark night’ and awa means ‘place of’. First settled in 1666 by the Quakers and the Baptists, Piscataway got formed in 1666 and incorporated in 1798.
As per the census in 2000, the population of this township was 50, 482 people. In 2009, this township population estimates is 52, 565 people.
Climate wise, Piscataway experiences 48 inches of rainfall and 28 inches of snowfall each year. The measurable precipitation is 116 days. There are 206 sunny days each year in this township. The month of July is warm with 86 degrees and the month of January is cold with 23 degrees.
As per the US Census, the township has a total area of 20 square miles of which, land comprises of 18.8 square miles and water comprises of 0.2 square miles.
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